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Great Forest National Park needed to save 'critically endangered' Fairy Possum

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Today, Minister Hunt has acknowledged the severe plight of the Fairy (Leadbeater’s) Possum, by changing the listing of the Fairy Possum from 'endangered' to 'critically endangered'.
 
Now, it is incumbent on the State Government to act swiftly to protect the forests that this iconic animal calls home, and for Minister Hunt to back the Great Forest National Park proposal.
 
“It’s tragic that the Fairy possum has had to be added to the ‘critically endangered’ list, but at least
 
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Five years after Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster, BP can’t be trusted in Great Australian Bight

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April 20, 2015 marks fifth anniversary of Gulf of Mexico disasterBP contesting fines for worst oil spill in history, business still waiting for compensation.BP refuses to release oil spill modelling or emergency plans for Bight drilling.Five years after BP’s disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, the British oil giant seems to have not learnt anything with its plans to try deep sea drilling in the pristine waters of the Great Australian Bight.
 
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Great Forest National Park Plan will help secure jobs and drive economic growth

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MEDIA RELEASEGreat Forest National Park Plan will help secure jobs and drive economic growth
 
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MEDIA RELEASE Campaign continues for Great Forest National Park

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MEDIA RELEASE Campaign continues for Great Forest National ParkThursday, 18 December, 2014*New Victorian Legislative Council can prove leadership **by backing Great Forest National Park.**Great Forest National Park will benefit economy, environment and regional Victoria.*Victoria’s new Legislative Council has a grand opportunity to show the state that it can be a constructive force by helping the Andrews Government create a visionary new national park on Melbourne’s eastern outskirts.
 

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